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Dr. Hurwitz led the group through developing and analyzing a decision model.

UA students were introduced to the principles and applications of health outcomes research, and discussed related career tracks in the pharmaceutical industry, academia, and managed care.

The College of Pharmacy is recognizing women leaders in pharmacy this week - UA students and alumni - to learn about the impact they have contributed to the profession.

Richard Katz is an entrepreneur, a leader in the pharmaceutical industry, and generous donor to the University of Arizona College of Pharmacy.

The College of Pharmacy is recognizing women leaders in pharmacy this week - UA students and alumni - to learn about the impact they have contributed to the profession.

The College of Pharmacy is recognizing women leaders in pharmacy this week - UA students and alumni - to learn about the impact they have contributed to the profession.

The College of Pharmacy is recognizing women leaders in pharmacy this week - UA students and alumni - to learn about the impact they have contributed to the profession.

Dr. Malone outlined the U.S. value frameworks and their implications for decision-making at the ISPOR Dubai 2018 Conference.

The College of Pharmacy is recognizing women leaders in pharmacy this week - UA students and alumni - to learn about the impact they have contributed to the profession.

The Center will focus on bridging faculty experts with partners in the pharmacy industry, creating a pipeline for advancing drug discovery and development.

More than 1,100 calls have been received since the helpline launched in March 2018.

Read about the latest publications, achievements and more from the College's faculty members!

The certificate is designed for graduate students and working health-care professionals who regularly encounter legal, regulatory and ethical issues in health care.

Jamie R. Torner, UA PharmD' 12, passed away unexpectedly earlier this month. 

This year’s symposium theme, Therapeutic Development in the Era of Precision Medicine, reflects this changing landscape. As we have access to better tools to identify molecular targets and a deeper understanding of the individual differences that make us who we are, better therapies will be identified and patient outcomes will be notably improved.

Designed for graduate students and working professionals, the certificate program provides specialized training in navigating the path from research to bringing medical products to market.

With its wide range of high-level academic and cutting-edge research opportunities, the University of Arizona seeks to redefine and elevate the student experience. These efforts have been recognized in the latest rankings by U.S. News & World Report.

Honorary research fellows for the HOPE Center received high-profile recognition for recent work.

Seven states worked to develop a program designed to accelerate team-based care using the pharmacists’ patient care process and collaborative practice agreements.

Read about the latest publications, achievements and more from the College's faculty members!